My teaching method is going through examples to get familiar with concepts & demonstrate problem solving similar to real work environments to help understand the conceptual knowledge been applied. Of course, the student can use his own infrastructure to practise my guided learning and do homework to get more familiar.
I have a strong understanding of what teaching methods work best for students. I adapt and structure my lessons depending on how the student learns best. I have very positive feedback in one to one sessions I have already had.
My youngest student is 6 years old - he has coded a custom maze game from Scratch without relying on a step-by-step guide; my oldest student was... well… a bit older - she wanted to build a website for a masters assignment. I don’t see the value in running through a tutorial zzz, it’s crucial that all my students learn to enjoy problem-solving and think for themselves...
The main thing about teaching for me is the individual approach to the student and the variation of the intensity of learning, that helps to increase overall progress. Also, it should be fun! I always use unique examples and analogies to fully present the topic.
I do my best to simplify programming concept by learning visually and building projects step by step until a full competition which allows students to learn faster and learn by doing. I also explain why we use a certain concept in the project and how it contributes to the final picture of the project.
I believe the best introduction to programming and robotics is through practical applications. So that might be programming a computer game or building a robotic arm. The project should present enough challenges that encourages students to problem solve which cements the concepts to memory once it has been worked through.
I'm not one of those stuffy teachers who gives homework and only teaches theoretically. We'll jump right into practical coding of actual websites as that's the best way of gaining experience in my opinion. We can run lessons online or in person.
I try to reach the student goals : either to teach the subject, or to increase the grades. All my life i was a good student and know techniques which helps to get high grade. It includes understanding the task, organizing the work, repeating, summarizing, analyzing, remembering, exercising.
I am a very patient and flexible teacher, and I think that the best way to learn is to work on challenges that are interesting to the student. I dislike copy-pasting teaching methods. Instead, I believe that the most effective way to learn programming (or anything, really) is to understand every step of the process and to apply the acquired knowledge to new projects.
Independent trainer and fast self learner with strong analytical, verbal and communication skills. Currently , a SharePoint Consultant,Corporate cum Individual trainer in Microsoft technologies for software professionals. Fell in love with Windows as a kid at school in 1995 with the BASIC language and Microsoft technologies has been my bread and butter since 2006.
My teaching approach is to learn with practical experience, that will trigger the student’s interest and excitement to move on and keep learning.
I am a UK based academic researcher, writer, tutor and researcher at academicianhelp.co.uk. I have extensive experience in Information Technology, Computer Science and Statistics.
I am passionate about teaching and assisting a motivated student in achieving their academic goals. I obtained a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Southampton. During my studies, I conducted personal training for colleagues and juniors alike I love passing my experience and knowledge in mathematics, programming, networking etc.
I am passionate about teaching and helping students achieve their academic goals. I obtained a bachelors degree in computer science and a masters` degree in Software Engineering from the University of Southampton with a distinction.
I am having experience in teaching in a class where i can show live coding and execution of programs, with better explanation of concepts
I would initially brief of whats my days agenda , followed by a theory explanation of concepts and then the practical implementation of what we had theorotically explained , followed by Hands on , optimization of code and at last it would end with a Q and A.
My teaching methodology is to understand each student's needs and teach how to learn and approach career goals as fast as possible.
My teaching method depends on the person I'm going to be tutoring. Firstly I'm going to give students a "learning style" test to determine if they are a visual, auditory, kinesthetic, interpersonal or intrapersonal type of leaners. Determining the type of learner a person is will help them effectively learn and retain knowledge, not only for school but everywhere in life.
Every new batch of tuition starts with getting to know more about the students. It is at the same time important to give the students enough space to familiarise themselves with me. A discussion will then follow to scope down what will be covered in the syllabus. A work plan is also devised with the aim to complete the syllabus well before the examinations, so as to have adequate time for revision.
I normally teach using small projects so that topics can be introduced and then used to show why a new method or topic is worth learning and what you can do with it. I also really enjoy teaching essay writing, problem solving, design and the softer academic areas that are often overlooked as well as the more traditional aspects of engineering.
I have 5 years of teaching experience.Microsoft certified professional, Experienced in Banking, Insurance and Marketing Media Research sector as IT consultant and production support analyst with over 6+ years of experience.. My technological forte is Java, HTML, Java Script, VB Script, XML, CSS, Oracle, SQL Server 2005 and SYBASE. I am MCTIP certified in Database Developer.
I like to begin by assessing my students' knowledge of the topic at hand. Then, I help students build a solid foundation of fundamentals. After ensuring the student is confident in the basics, we can move on to discussing more complex topics.
I have been helping students from top universities such as Queen Mary, University of Greenwich, UCL, King's college, Birkbeck, University of London, University of Waterloo, Imperial College, University of Middlesex etc. I can help you get ready for the exams, help with the assignments, projects etc. Please contact with any queries.
I start teaching with the extreme basics of the subject, giving a thorough overview of what's going on and slowly approach towards the practical use of the subject. I pre-plan things to teach and the medium of teaching is English.
I tailor my lessons to the individual's ability based on the topics they feel weakest in to help them improve and surpass the standards their expectations. I have spent the last six years teaching at The Learning Hub, in addition, I am currently a mentor for students on the Engineering and Mathematics STEM enrichment course at Imperial College.
I'm a software developer, part time kids entertainer who recently decided to move into the teaching world. I hold Bachelor's and Master's and I really look forward to teaching the young generation all these coding principles as well as the programming fundamentals that will allow them to gain solid knowledge in computer programming.
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Perfect! A lovely tutor, who has a passion to teach. Unfortunately we couldn't continue due the java programme I am used to, but definitely recommend to anyone who needs to learn Java!!
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